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colluding jim mcmahon of the chicago bears are named as plaintiffs in the lawsuit. and the attorney says 600 explayers have signed on in support. mcmahon, said he played with a broken neck and ankle during his career without being told by team doctors and trainers. instead being given painkillers and being sent back into games. the lawsuit said the drugs were administered to players without prescriptions. today in atlanta, where nfl owners are meeting commissioner goodell. >> do you have any comment on the lawsuit that was filed in baltimore today against your league about pain killers? >> i don't. i was only made aware of it briefly but i don't believe any of our attorneys had an opportunity to look at it. as you know i've been in meetings all day. >> reporter: the nfl remain america's most popular sport despite negative publicity in recent years about concussions. last year the league settled a lawsuit with players for $765 million but a federal judge rejected the agreement saying the amount is insufficient. some of the allegations in this lawsuit are eye-popping including the story of kei
this damner hunk? >> does it, clint mcmahon double the double take or cut you an excited an may boy that drops .. >> excited anime boy. >> the correct answer is, in fact, vince mcmahon! >> wait. .. >> oh! >> oh! [ applause ] >> >> chris: all right. how about this cougher? this guy does he swing a ball that appears to kill a whale or magneto become pleased with himself after breaking -- >> i think it is magneto let's find out. >> [ applause ] >> chris: and that brings us to the end of two for one. >> actually i love this game so much we made our own two for one gift. take a look. meow, meow. >> oh, points! >> meow meow, meow. points. >> @midnight, make your own gif with your own. >> send it to hashtag gif. >> click here to play the game and upload your gifs and show your favorite one on the air in the future. the time for the live challenge right now, jesus christ, watch where you ear going! >> you're going! >> you are crazy and also have thousands of nukes. let me spoil in -- cam accident. >> dash cam no one gets hurt good..although they are in russia so hurt is relative. >> roll the tape. >>
it involves my lefty wingman rick unger. cavuto and rick unger could replace carson and mcmahon, very entertaining, who is carson who is mcmahon? i like that. as if i were anyway mcmahon, then the weight thing, i don't need that. for me or -- i don't want that, i know where you are, i know where you live. so does charlie gasparino, just saying. cavuto, charlie gasparino we know where you live, limo comes in the middle of the night >> i never thought that i would muster more curiosity from monica lind be. but time is a curious thing. a judgment giving us perspective in ways that we cannot imagine when we are caught up in a chaotic moment. to think of that mighty girl caught up with the captain of the football team. the data carries around a football and she thought that it would somehow as well. what are people thinking? when you are young, you do not think. when youth gives way to clarity, it allows you to see things differently. speaking of unthinkable things, we will be talking
>>> good wednesday morning. coming up on "early today," nfl under fire. from the bears' jim mcmahon to hundreds of former players, america's most powerful sport is under pressure for painkillers and narcotics. >>> pet danger, dog and cat treats that can hurt or kill your furry family members are being taken off store shelves. >>> voter nation, tuesday results are in and we have the winners and losers for you. >>> plus, 20 million bees on the loose in one place. >>> this season's winner of "the voice" and a $60 million mistake. it's wednesday, may 21st. "early today" starts right now. >>> good morning. i'm richard lui. the votes are in. here are some primary results. in kentucky, senate republican leader mitch mcconnell will take on alison lundergan grimes. mcconnell got close to 60% of the vote to defeat his challenger, matt bevin. in georgia, it's going to be a runoff there. no candidate came near the 50% that was needed in the seven-candidate primary field. right now it looks like congressman jack kingston will face david purdue in july. in idaho's high-stakes primary mike simpson
. cavuto and rick unger could replace carson and mcmahon, very entertaining, who is carson who is mcmahon? i like that. as if i were anyway mcmahon, then the weight thing, i don't need that. for me or -- i don't want that, i know where you are, i know where you live. so does charlie gasparino, just saying. cavuto, charlie gasparino we know where you live, limo comes in the middle of the night, it is going to be an interesting night, see you tomorrow. lou: good evening, the white house today pressures chief economexecutive officers of somf the country largest cop rang to corporation to stay away from an international economic forum hosted by vladimir putin in russia later this month, valerie jared, treasury secretary jack lew, commerce secretary penny among top obama administration officials leading charge to dissuade the ceos. they trying to persuade giants alcoa, goldman sachs, pepsi, morgan stanley, conn
: violent hits like this one broke super bowl player jim mcmahon's neck. an injury he says nfl doctors never told him about. leaving him to play hurt for years. so, he and 500 other players are suing the league. charging the league hid injuries behind a mask of pain pills. creating a culture of drug misuse. substituting players' health for profit. >> you end up having anesthetized warriors going out there on sunday, pumped up with a combination of narcotics and anti inflammatories to get them out on the field. >> reporter: mcmahon has complained for years. saying the nfl hid the effects of concussions. >> they knew about it, and didn't tell us. it's just like flat-out lying to you. >> reporter: now this second big hit from the players, including hall-of-famer richard dent. called the sack man. but in today's lawsuit, he says it was the league that damaged him by hiding a foot injury that still has him limping. >> you get shut out 16 times, eight weeks in a row. and you lean on the league to medically help you in certain ways. when you look at it long term, it's all about getting you back to
it again. and somewhere this week, the campaign for 2016 began, and on karl rove's time table. steve mcmahon's a democratic strategist and wayne slater is senior writer at the dallas morning news and coauthor of the book about karl rove, "bush's brain." karl rove reportedly said this about hillary clinton's health scare, "30 days in the hospital and when she reappears, she's wearing glasses that are only for people who have traumatic brain injury? we need to know what's up with that." well, rove tried to clarify those comments yesterday on fox. let's watch him in action. >> i didn't say she had brain damage. she had a serious health episode. we don't know what the doctor said about, you know, what does she have to be concerned about. we don't know -- she's hidden a lot. >> she's hidden a lot of this. today bill clinton was asked about rove's attack. here's how the former president responded. >> first of all, i got to give him credit, you know, that embodies that old saying that consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds. first he said she faked her concussion, and now they say she's auditi
groups, and eric and ed mcmahon have done several trainings at the police academy on the function of the occ. and we also distribute materials and our website also provides out reach to the community by having calendars, and calendars of events and the calendar of events and our reports, and the news worthy items and moving to the information technology, which is i will not say that it is led by chris, because he is it it is handled by chris, and in 2013, he continued to wrestle with the developer with the on-line complaint filing project. >> this is a project that we paid for that he developed, and he finished that on time and in budget and now the investigaters have a system that alerts them when key deadlines are coming up and it grabs the information from our data bases, and props. and both the investigators and their supervisors. and in addition to those projects chris also maintained and enhanced, and that he gathers the data and develops it for this annual report and all of our reports, that i present to the police commission as well as the reports that investigators might
is presenting information to the confidential recipients justice patrick mcmahon and he's been left with no option given the deep end for that reason they just tasted this country which means the act anew with the ombudsman commission is cooked all what to call the confidential recipients. to them on strike you know an overhaul of policing was promised as well as an independent body to investigate wrongdoing. it's ten years since we last had given thanks to that of policy and practice in the forest. we think that something else that should happen as a muster of urgency so that the practice can also be documented. alongside the abuses that we've been hearing about it in these reports and the service can move forward based on international best practice it's understood adil the ground want to see a response from the art of management's to the ongoing controversies which are damaging the force with every passing day. the gear and reports where according to the south and the heady heights they say it's critical of the guards eat the department of justice and the former minister posts wi
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: the former chicago bears quarterback jim mcmahon has joined players in a lawsuit against the nfl. they claim they were fed illegal pain killers and they were forced to play when they were hurt and injured. the lead attorney in this huge case. >> they hid severe injuries from players in order to get them on the field and they put profits before players. bill: nfl players say the league is responsible for drug overuse and physical problems that cannot be reversed today. they blame the league for providing illegal drugs to hide the pain so the players can continue to play and that the team withheld information on injuries to the players. the lead attorney for the players and former nfl player j.d. hill is with us today. detroit lions, buffalo bills, how many years? >> 8 years. during that time we were given pills for our injuries to keep us on the field. we took pills to go to sleep. we took pills at after time and get pills after the game. then they would give us medication and drinking alcohol and didn't tell us the harmful effects. because of that we incurred various conditions. like myself
and is not commenting. reporting live at candlestick, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> among the other players is jim mcmahon who gray up in san jose and won the super bowl in 1986 as quarterback for the chicago bears after growing up in san jose. >>> donald sterling is facing new allegations this morning. nba accusing sterling and the clippers organization of destroying evidence relating to the recording that got sterling in trouble in the first place. the "l.a. times" reports sterling asked the former girlfriend to lie and tell the nba it was not sterling on the tape. she talked with dr. phil about the recordings . >> were disclosures made when you were recording him? and she gave variable answers to that. sure he knew. did i tell him every time? no. >> dr. phil said stiviano became emotional when she talked about her relationship and sterling and maintains she was just an assistant. >>> happening today in san jose, a judge hears from people about his decision to release a convicted rapist to a southern california neighborhood. kpix 5's kiet do is at the santa clara county courthouse where protestors are a
and they are not commenting. live at candlestick, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> among the other plaintiffs is jim mcmahon one of football's most colorful characters of the 1980s. he grew up in san jose and later won a super bowl as a quarterback for the chicago bears. >>> in other sports news, the donald sterling story continues to develop this morning with new allegations against the owners of the l.a. clippers. the nba is accusing sterling and the clippers organization of destroying evidence relating to the recording that got stirring in trouble. the "l.a. times." >> reporter: sterling asked the former girlfriend to lie and tell the nba it was not sterling on the tape. she talked with dr. phil about the recordings . >> were disclosures made when you were recording him? and she gave variable answers to that. sure he knew. did i tell him every time? no. >> dr. phil said stiviano became emotional when she talked about her relationship and sterling and maintains she was just an assistant. >>> happening today in san jose, growing outrage over a decision to release a convicted rapist to southern california bring
at the pitching mound. to me the clown. mcmahon. want to add to my attention that became neglected them. it was cold. the country. and we often chat. me and why. i think. on the icon the morning. he bought them in between. economic had an operation. the key. we think the cooking and playing with it the game. when the inning definitely seeing more tension on the cape argus and thank you for that report to also in ukraine anti government activists are getting little or no resistance as they seize control of scores of state buildings across the eastern part of the country tuesday's cape argus and has more on that your porch for us from port lincoln eighteen nineteen to independent relation to the seething buildings across eastern ukraine to frame or licensed by the central government to re establish its own farsi. ukraine's acting president needs someone to touch an olive has finally conceded force has long been obvious to people hang the government's police and security officials could not control. lula to do a very difficult for them or who he says that because the majority of people do
bears. among them, quarterback jim mcmahon who says he suffered a broken neck and ankle during his career but was given drugs an told to play and not told about his injuries. those players are seeking an unspecified amount of monetary damages. >>> most stores are used to dealing with a few pesky customers. but this store probably didn't expect a million bees to show up outside their doors. avo: waves don't care what age you are. take them on the way you always have. live healthy and take one a day men's 50+. a complete multivitamin with 7 antioxidants to support cell health. age? who cares. are you kidding me? no, it's only 15 calories. [ male announcer ] with reddi wip, fruit never sounded more delicious. mmm. with 15 calories per serving and real cream, the sound of reddi wip is the sound of joy. >>> take a look at this frightening scene in danville, kentucky. emergency crews called in after a swarm of honeybees trapped customers inside a store. people were too scared to leave. the bee removal experts came in. no injuries to the customers or the bees. >> gretchen is next with "th
: in the suit filed in san francisco federal court, jeremy newberry, richard dent, jim mcmahon, and others claim that the nfl has intentionally recklessly and negligently developed a culture of drug misuse, substituting players' health for profit. >> we have five years of health insurance and then you're on your own to deal with these health issues that could easily have been prevented if they were more forthcoming with what they were giving and more responsible with the drugs that they gave you in the first place. >> reporter: newberry was a two- time pro bowl center for the 49ers. he played 11 seasons in the nfl, nine in san francisco. he also worked for kpix-tv as an analyst. >> the tordol line was crazy. the general public wouldn't believe the cattle call when you have 20 to 25 guys with your habits down waiting in line for a doctor with syringes walking through, they are sticking you one at a time as you walk in. they are shooting up half the time in some cases. >> reporter: did you ever question what the doctors were giving you? >> no, because, you know, as a young kid, as a professional
, and super bowl champion quarterback jim mcmahon. he claims medical staff never told him he had broken his neck and instead just kept giving him more pills. his lawyer is seeking class action status for the case, saying there are more than 500 other former players who suffered from addiction or long- term health problems caused by the drugs. we have been in touch with the nfl several times during the course of the day. a spokesman tells us they have not been served with the suit yet and so without a chance to review it, they will have no comment, scott. >> pelley: so, jim, what are the players asking for? >> reporter: well a couple of things. they want to be compensated for the pain and suffering. they want the cost of their long-term health care to be covered, but they also want a system put in place that would put an end to what they see as this abusive practice. >> pelley: jim, thanks very much. general motors recalled more vehicles today, nearly 2.5 million more. that brings the total this year to 13.5 million. here's jeff glor. >> reporter: today's actions mean general motors has now
-players signed on in support. mcmahon says in the lawsuit he played with the broken neck and ankle during his career without being told by team doctors and trainers. instead, getting painkillers and sent back into games later becoming adigted. the lawsuit said the drugs were administered to players without prescriptions. >> roger, do you have any comment on the lawsuit filed in baltimore today about painkillers? >> i don't, barry. i was only made aware of it briefly. i don't believe of our attorneys had an opportunity to look at it and i've been in meetings all day. >> the nfl is america's most popular sport. last year the league settled a lawsuit with former players for $765 million but a federal judge rejected the agreement saying the amount is insufficient. >> that was ron mot reporting. >>> investigation is underway after an accident caused millions of bees to swarm a delaware highway. delaware state police say a tractor-trailer was carrying 20 million bees from florida to maine when it overturned. many of those bees were able to escape from their boxes after the accident. the driver and
's jim avila has the details. >> reporter: violent hits like this one broke quarterback jim mcmahon's neck, an injury nfl doctors never told him to play about leaving him to play for years. they are suing charging the league hid injuries from players behind a mask of pain pills, creating a culture of drug misuse, substituting players' health for profit. >> what you end up having is anesthetized warriors going out there on any given sunday that are just pumped up with a combination of narcotics and anti-inflammatories to try to get them out on the field. >> reporter: mcmahon who suffers from dementia now has complained in the past saying the nfl hid the effects of concussions from players too. the nfl denies this but settled for $765 million. >> they knew about it. they didn't tell us. it's just like flat out lying to you. >> reporter: now the second big hit from the players, including nfl hall of famer richard dent called the sack man because of the punishment he dealt to opposing quarterbacks. but in the lawsuit, dent says it was the league that damaged him by hiding a foot injury
in that toe for 8 weeks in a row. >> reporter: violent hits like this one broke quarterback jim mcmahon's neck, an injury he said nfl doctors never told him about, leaving him to play hurt for years. >> they knew about it. they never tell us. that's just like flatout lying to you. >> reporter: nfl commissioner, roger goodell, in atlanta for meetings, was asked about the lawsuit. >> i was only made aware of it just briefly. i don't believe any of our attorneys have had an opportunity to look at it. >> reporter: the case comes less than a year after the nfl agreed to pay $765 million to settle lawsuits from thousands of retired players who accused it of concealing the risks of concussions. a federal judge has yet to approve that settlement, expressing concerns that its dollar amount is too small. the new painkillers lawsuit is seeking unspecified damages. >>> and breaking news out of arizona now. a growing wildfire, creeping up on a popular vacation spot. >> that fire is threatening homes and cabins near sedona this morning, forcing residents and tourists to evacuate. it has burned through more
're walking in and out. >> bears' quarterback jim mcmahon is one of the plaintiffs claiming he suffered nearly a decade later he suffered a broken neck his doctors never told him about. another received medication to get him on the field and needed downers to sleep. the nfl commissioner was asked about the lawsuit at a news conference. >> i was only made aware of it just briefly, but i don't believe any of our attorneys have had an opportunity to look at it. >> reporter: the former players want financial compensation and extended health care for more than 500 ex-athletes and changes to how painkillers are administered. omar villafranca, cbs news. >>> the controversy over veterans medical care is growing. more than two dozen veterans' health care facilities are now under investigation. charges of falsified records and delays in treatment have created a political firestorm. today one of president obama's top advisers will meet with veterans groups in washington before flying to phoenix where the first report surfaced. susan mcginnis is in washington. good morning, susan. >> good morning, anne-ma
to them, shame on me. >> that was dennis o'donnell reporting. among the other plaintiffs is jim mcmahon who grew up in san jose then later won the super bowl in 1986 as the quarterback for the chicago bears. one of the lawyers involved in the case says there are more than 500 other ex-players to suffered from addiction or long- term health problems all caused by the drugs. so far the nfl has no comment. >>> the donald sterling story continues to develop this morning with new allegations against the owner of the l.a. clippers. the nba is accusing sterling and the clippers organization of destroying evidence relating to the recording that got stirring in trouble. the "l.a. times" reports stirring asked the former girlfriend to lie and tell the nba it was not sterling on the tape. she talked with dr. phil about the recordings. >> were disclosures made when you were recording him? and she gave variable answers to that. sure he knew. did i tell him every time? no. >> dr. phil said stiviano became emotional when she talked about her relationship and sterling and maintains she was just an assi
, 500 former football players, including super bowl winning bears quarterback, jim mcmahon, and hall of fame defensive end, richard dent, lead those big names suing the nfl. the players claimed the nfl created a culture of drug misuse, substituting players' health for profits. supplying them with risky painkillers to numb their injuries so they could return to the playing field. leading to life-long medical problems. jim mcmahon now suffers from dementia. according to the suit, nfl doctors didn't tell him he suffered a broken neck from plays like this. and he played on for years without proper treatment and lots of drugs. the players claim the league encourages a drug culture, frequently portrayed in the movies like "north dallas 40." and more recently, "any given sunday." richard dent is in the hall of fame for his speed and sacking the quarterback on the fathersome 1985 super bowl winning chicago bears. today, he only moves fast in his customized golf cart. his foot destroyed, he says, by the nfl drug policy. dent claims the team used a steady stream of always available prescriptio
like meat. nfl stars like jim mcmahon suing the nfl say we gave out painkillers like candy and lied about injuries. do they have a case? martha: growing concern of the safety of an american pastor being prisoner in one of the worst prisons in iran after he was pulled out of his hospital bed and beaten according to his family and then sent back to the notorious prison. >> our family is suffering. i am hoping the kids don't know about the eight-year sentence and what that means. i'm hoping i won't ever have to tell them and we can work together and bring them home. okay, listen up! i'm re-workin' the menu. mayo? corn dogs? you are so outta here! aah! [ female announcer ] the complete balanced nutrition of great-tasting ensure. 24 vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, and 9 grams of protein. [ bottle ] ensure®. nutrition inharge™. martha: we are back with this dramatically ove of a police ofr jumping off a bridge to avoid a drunk driver. watch this layout. wow. it all started as a routine traffic stop, a drunk driver slammed into the back of a car that was being pulled over. the offi
no doctor could say this particular human being, say jim mcmahon, required for this and also alleging they were not given informed consent, they were not told what the likely side effects would be. the other side of this is the allegations are this happens 20 years ago. the statute of limitations for personal injury for every state of the union is two years. some have to demonstrate the symptoms didn't manifest themselves in the first 18 years after they took these drugs but only in the last two years or within two years of the time they filed. that is a difficult thing to do in some states. in our home state is the easiest to do. stuart: good pr for the nfl to settle? charles: they settled with a group of players and the players should have gone more money but they had to pressure these guys, they took the money. the argument will be 40 years ago, forget 20 years ago, 40 years ago. the door off of this and everyone knew it wasn't a secret, getting shadowed with things to go out and play and doing this of your own volition. stuart: judge napolitano: another defense would be you knew a
carson and ed mcmahon. i like that. i don't need that. i note that you nasty people where you are and where you live. so does charlie gasparino. we know where you live. the limousine comes in the middle of the night. able be an interesting night. we will see you tomorrow. kennedy: i never thought i could muster curiosity from monica lewinsky but time is a curious thing. skidways that i cannot imagine to think of that girl caught up with the captain of the football team and she thought it would end well? of when you are young you don't think a and you act impulsively but when it gives way to carry the you can see things differently. so we will talk with a congressman on the
't tell him about it. and the superbowling champion quarterback, tim mcmahon of the chicago base, say doctors fed him hundreds of pain killers so he could keep playing. now he and hundreds of other former players are suing the league. we'll get you the details. what gets you more time in prison in texas? assault with a deadly weapon? sexual assault? or selling hash brownies. that last one will get you life in prison. today the teenager who faces hell on earth for something that at least one cop says should be a misdemeanor. we'll tell you why. tired of
quarterback, tim mcmahon of the chicago base, say doctors fed him hundreds of pain killers so he could keep playing. now he and hundreds of other former players are suing the league. we'll get you the details. what gets you more time in prison in texas? assault with a deadly weapon? sexual assault? or selling hash brownies. that last one will get you life in prison. today the teenager who faces hell on earth for something that at least one cop says should be a misdemeanor. we'll tell you why. tired of telemarketers, the do nothing call list is supposed to stop them but doesn't always work. now one company is a big the biggest fine ever for ignoring the do not call requests. will it make a difference? let's get to it. >> good afternoon to you and yours from the fox news deck. first this afternoon, right now, marines on stanby in case they need to airlift americans out of triply, libya. part of the crisis plan in place now after the attack in benghazi that killed four americans in 2012. witnesses say new and bloody fighting in the country is getting worse today, and pentagon sources warn that
. also jim mcmahon. the players say the teams gave them dangerous painkillers to mask their injuries and keep them on the field which has led to medical complications. the nfl has yet to comment. >>> she is 11 years owed and is set to compete against some of the best golfers in the world. >> lucy lee is the youngest person to ever qualify for the u.s. women's open. cheryl hurd is in foster city where she got her start, and i'd like to get lessons from her. >> reporter: yeah, me too. her coach tell please that he knew she was good but didn't know just how good she would become. a 11-year-old making history, and it all started right here. those who watched lucy lee bring home a trophy in her age bracket at the augusta championship back in april probably didn't know she was about to make history. but during an interview, you could tell the 11-year-old might have known she was on to something special. >> just a chance to be here is amazing, and i really want to thank the pga, usga and masters to let, allow us to play here. >> reporter: she not only has the victory at augusta under her be
-inflammatorys to try to get them out on the field. >> mcmahon now suffers from dementia has complained in the past. saying the nfl hid the effects of cop concussion from players, too. nfl denies this but still settled for 7 65 million dollars. >> they knew bit. and they didn't tell us. it's just like flat outlying to you. >>reporter: now this second big hit from the players including nfl hall of famer richard dent called the sack man because of the punishment he dealt opposing quarterback. but in today lawsuit dent says it was the league that damaged him by hiding a foot injury that still has him limping. >> got shot up 16 times in that toe for 8 week in a row and you lean on the league to hopefully medically help you in certain ways but when you look at it long-term it's all about guest you back to work and getting you, you know, to win and play games. >>reporter: nfl commissioner goodell was asked about the lawsuit late today. >> only made aware of it just briefly but i don't believe any of our attorneys have had an opportunity to look at it. as you know i have been in meetings all day. >
players are named as plaintiffs including defensive end richard dent and quarterback jim mcmahon both members of the 85 chicago bears. the players say nfl team doctors and trainers administered drugs without prescriptions and without warning players of potential side effects including addiction. >> you are going to become addicted to an open yacht because you need more and more of the same medication to get the baseline effect. that's the definition of addiction. >> linebacker carson is not affiliated with the lawsuit but said from his personal experience in his days in the 70s and 80s taking shots to numb the pain is just part of the game. >> you don't go over what the long-term effects might be. you are thinking about things as they are happening. >> last year the nfl agreed to a $760 million lawsuit for a settlement filed more than 4,000 players they said the league knew about the risk of head injuries and didn't inform them. >> you don't just play the game and walk away scot-free. you play the game you will leave with something, knee, back, neck, brain. you leave with something. >
richard dent and jim mcmahon. and another 500 players -- [ inaudible ] newberry says he would like to see the league change. now as for the nfl we have reached out to them but they simply responded their legal team has not yet revealed the lawsuit. coming up we also spoke to an assistant team doctor and you will hear what he saw in the locker room. >> thank you. >>> time is 6:39. a man arrested on vandalism charges in santa cruz. the very unusual attack he's accused of making that made some government workers sick. >> must decide -- where should a convicted serial rapist live? that is where a judge in san jose must decide today. we will tell you about the area being considered and what protestors will be doing about that today. >> going. right now we are looking at a commute where the accident list is not very long. but the traffic is getting slower in many areas. >> for those that are listening, but you're not watching because you are multitasking, take a look if you are suffering from allergies you can blame oak and olive. we'll take a look at the warmer temps coming up. ♪ ♪ get 5%
quarterback jim mcmahon here said he played with a broken neck and ankle that he was never told about. >> offensive lineman jerry newberry said years of pain killing drugs left him with renal failure, headaches and they filed a class action lawsuit. >>> it's interesting hearing what some analysts said. it's like sending the gladiators out to fight. >> drugged up. >> yeah. >> without feeling. they've settled the massive lawsuit for concussion. that was $700 million so now another big lawsuit on the way. >> keeping an eye on that. >>> the floods in the balkans, only one part of the problem. over 100,000 land mines litter serbia from the war some two decades ago. for more on that we want to check the forecast. >> let's go to pedram. the floods are disturbing. the land is causing landslides but now land mines. >> this is a very, very dangerous and bad scenario shaping up in the next couple of days. we know the rainfall has stopped. you look at the perspective. the serbian government is saying the damage is exceeding an estimated expectation of $1.5 billion, could easily get up to over $2
love it there, the mcmahon family. audience: [cheering] steve: everybody's here, trying to win theirself a lot of cash and the possibility of driving out of here in a head-turning ford fusion.
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, richard dent, jim mcmahon and others claim that the nfl has intentionally, recklessly and negligently developed a culture of drug misuse, substituting players' health for profits. >> we got five years of health insurance and then you're on your own to go deal with all these health issues that could easily have been, uhm, prevented if they were more forthcoming with what they were giving you and more responsible with the drugs they gave you in the first place. >> reporter: newberry was a pro bowl center for the 49ers played 11 seasons for the nfl nine in san francisco. he also worked for kpix tv as a football analyst. he details out of control drug use just before kickoff. what would happen in the locker room? >> i mean, the toradol line was crazy. the general public they wouldn't believe if they saw it. it's like a cattle call when you have 20 to 25 guys standing with your pants half down waiting in line for a doctor with 100 different syringes lined up and you're walking through they are sticking you one as a time as you walk in and outtakes a couple of seconds to walk in with the n
the quarterback jim mcmahon and 40 nine raiders did jerry newman. >>: was the second major lawsuit by former players against the nfl since last august. there was a concussion lawsuit where the league agreed to pay a $607 million settlement. but they say that that was not large enough to just cover the players that were particularly named in that lawsuit. >>: general motors recall headaches continued growth the company recalled another 2.4 million cars and trucks most of the problems involved are the seat belts which can separate during a crash another one of the cars is been recalled because of the shift cable that can wear out. the cause retarder include the buick conclave the model years are 2009 to 2014. 13.6 million cars have been recalled this year. the department of transportation was to make sure that you know exactly what you're paying for their proposing new rules to require the disclosure of those that checks even fees and tickets. the permanent transportation has the information that says that it will empower to make better traveling choices. >>: the close call between two airplan
jim mcmahon only discovered within the past three years that he had suffered a broken neck during his career. he believes it happened during a game in 1993 when his legs went numb after a hit. quote, "rather than sit out, he received medications and was pushed back on to the field." in announcing the lawsuit, the players' lawyer said this. >> the league brought this on themselves. handing out dangerous drugs like they're m & m's without any warnings or consequences. >> this program reached out to the nfl for comment, and while we did not receive a reply, on tuesday nfl commissioner roger goodell had this to say. >> i was only made aware of it just briefly, but i don't believe any of our attorneys have had an opportunity to look at it, and as you know, i've been in meetings all day. >> randall hill is a former nfling wide receiver who played for the miami dolphins, the cardinals, and the saints, and mel owens, is a former nfl player with the rams, and he is also one of the lawyers representing the players in this class action lawsuit. i want to start with you, mel. can you explain this
and they were discussing the concussions suffered by the great jim mcmahon and the life he lived hampered due to those injuries and this event is starting right now. let's quickly listen in to a young lady who had to give up soccer after suffering five concussi concussions. >> i am honored to have been invited here to share my story in hopes of raising awareness of concussions and symptoms alike. many things changed throughout my life, but my passion for soccer has played constant. i started playing soccer when i was just 4 years old and when i was 8 i joined my first competitive travel soccer team. when i was 185, i walked on to the soccer field unaware of how my life would change in the years to follow. if your years i had the honor of leading my team to three regional tiles while being awarded individual honors like athlete of the year and receiving a scholarship to play division 1 collegiate soccer. but the other side of my story began in my sophomore year when i went out for a header during the game and got my first concussion. thinking it was only a headache i played in the game the ver
been a rough couple of days for world wrestling entertainment and the ceo, vince mcmahon. the stock has lost about half of its market value in the past three trading days. the reason is while content is king, their new programming deals do not reflect much of an advantage. investors were specifically disappointed with the terms of their new online tv network. thesingle best chart shows value and difference between a wwe fan who pays for individual pay-per-view events on the left versus the terms -- >> are you telling me that someone pays $675 per year to see gorgeous george in the chic? >> that's right, they do. >> inc. about my time warner cable bill. 170 five dollars times 12? what is wrong with me? it gets shared with the distributor, like directv, in this case. their annual network price goes straight. >> we go to our wrestling arert, nick consonery, you actually into this? >> absolutely. my brother and i used to watch monday night raw every week. >> the undertaker. at georgey know this washington? >> where i got my masters. >> did they know this? i did not put it on the application
to masks and injuries. the associated press a chess players involved here including jim mcmahon star quarterback for chicago bears. he was a team practice in the early '80s pre warriors say they were not told by serious injuries instead given drugs to numb the pain and then hustled back into games to maximize profit pit and in his case use even push back on the field after suffering a broken neck that lawsuit filed in u.s. district court in san francisco the nfl handout drugs without prescription did not warn players about potential side effects the nfl commissioner today as to if he had a comment >> : was later where the briefly up with any of our attorneys have an opportunity to look at that i've been in meetings all day. six the eight players involved in the new litigation also plankton's and an earlier concussion related lawsuit last august police agreed to $760 million settlement but the judge rejected it at least for now saying is not big enough that i consider thousands of players not named in the suit in the case players say that they knew about the risk of head injuries and
the side effects. 8 players are suing including jim mcmahon and former 49er jeremy newberry. >> they stick you and wipe with you an alcohol cloth. they get everyone done in two or three minutes. literally i was on crutches and walking to the stadium and i practiced the whole week and would take a shot of that and spring out of the tunnel and go play. >> this is a second lawsuit by players against the league. last august in a concussion related lawsuit they agreed to a 160 million settlement. the judge rejected it, saying the settlement is not large enough to cover the players not specifically named in that lawsuit. in that case the league knew about the risk of head injuries and did nothing to inform the players. >>> the new coach was introduced at the oakland headquarters. ker's contract is for two years and worth $25 million. this is what he had to say about his new position. >> we connected, we had a great meeting in oklahoma city last week. i've been thinking about this position, not the warriors position, but the coaching position for a long time. i've done a lot of preparation, and i
horne have signed on to the class action lawsuit. bears quarterback jim mcmahon another plaintiff, claims medical staff never told him he had a broken neck and instead just kept giving him more pills. gloria steven silverman said many players developed drug addiction and major health issues. >> once there's no further use for them on the field, they're sent off into society with long-term disabilities and injuries, and we're trying to get those responsible to pay for that. >> the nfl has a ban on the use of pain killers without a prescription, but there is no clear policy and oversight on how team doctors provide the drugs. commissioner roger goodell was asked about the lawsuit tuesday. >> i was only made aware it have just briefly, but i don't believe any of our attorneys have had an opportunity to look at it. >> the players say they're suing the hold the nfl accountable so current and future players won't have to suffer like they have. this suit comes on the heels of a $765 million settlement between the nfl and players who field. norah in. >> thank you.
on this lawsuit, former chicago bear and super bowl champion jim mcmahon. the kwoub says team doctors never told him he broke his neck and he played the entire season on drugs. hall of famer harry carson is not affiliated with the lawsuit but he does say from personal experience from his days as a player in the 70's and 80's taking shots to numb the pain was part of the game. >> you don't go over what the long-term effects might be. you're thinking about things as they're happening. >> many players are saying the league was putting profits ahead of players' health. the league commissioner roger goodell fielded questions at the owners meet in atlanta but had no comment on the suit. >> i was only made aware of it briefly but i don't believe any of our attorneys had an opportunity to look at it and i've been in meetings all day. >> the league will be served the suit within the next 120 days and they will have 30 days to respond. it was less than a year ago that the league settled that lawsuit related to concussions. >> unless you're in the locker room, unless you sat there and said what are you giv
as plaintiffs in the federal suit include jim mcmahon and two teammates from the 1985 champion chicago bears, hall of famer richard dent and keith van horn. van horn claims he once played an entire season unknowingly on a broken leg, finding out five years later. mcmahon says he became addicted to painkillers after being plied with pills for a broken neck and ankle he was never told about. jamaal anderson played eight seasons for the atlanta falcons. >> we need to try to make sure that the guys who are legends of this game, who are doing so much for this football game, are better taken care of, and you hope that that is going to happen. >> reporter: nfl commissioner roger goodell in atlanta for an owner's meeting. >> i was only made aware of it just briefly, but i don't believe any of our attorneys have had an opportunity to look at it and as you know i've been in meetings all day. >> reporter: the former players, many of whom earned millions while playing, say their lives have been compromised. >> i think every one of our clients would tell you there's no amount of money that could ever com
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